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A note from Dav Pilkey:

World War Won was written in 1985, at a time when our world was very different. Back then, the United States and Russia were enemies. The United States thought Russia was a threat, and Russia thought the United States was a threat. Both countries wanted to protect themselves, so they each began to develop bigger and more powerful weapons of mass destruction. This was called the "Nuclear Arms Race".

Eventually, both countries had enough power to destroy the entire planet many times over. This seemed silly to me. I thought destroying the entire planet once would have been plenty.

Apparently, the United States and Russia must have come to the same conclusion as I did, because they began discussing the idea of a "Nuclear Freeze". The "Nuclear Freeze Movement" was a plan to not only stop making nuclear weapons, but to begin disarming some of the weapons that each country already had.

Although almost everyone agreed that this was a good idea, almost nobody agreed on how to do it. So instead of doing it, most people just talked about it.

Instead of talking about it, I wrote a book about it. World War Won is that book.



This book is no longer in print. In 2002, Dav Pilkey purchased all of the rights to this book, and has made it available as a free website exclusive.

This book is dedicated to Fred J. Grosser

Copyright 1987 By Dav Pilkey

International Standard Book Number: 0-933849-22-2

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Pilkey, Dav, 1966-

World War Won

Summary: Two kings, a fox and a raccoon, become embroiled in a race to build the highest stockpile of weapons, until a strong wind threatens to topple the piles, which makes them both fearful of the consequences.

1. Arms Race---Fiction.
2. War---Fiction.
3. Animals---Fiction.

I. Title.

PZ7.P6312Wo            1987          [Fic]      87-2711

All rights reserved. Except for use in a review, neither all nor part of this publication may be reproduced without prior written permission from Dav Pilkey. The only exception to this rule is if the book is used for educational purposes. This book may be printed for educational purposes, provided that the printed version is not sold, and that any image(s) and/or text from the book are not sold, or used to raise funds or to promote any item or entity. Basically, this means that educators may make ONE (1) copy of this book to share with a classroom if they wish, providing that the copy is not sold to anyone. Kids may print out ONE (1) copy for their own personal use if they wish. Be careful with those staplers, kids!

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Creative Coordinator: David Melton

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